Stella plugin for WordPress is designed to give the user a simple and effective way to build a multi-language website.
Upload plugin to your WordPress site the way you are accustomed to. The simplest way is to upload plugin via WordPress admin panel (Plugins -> Add new -> Upload). After successfull upload, check folder access rights. It should allow user and your wordpress group (www-data by default) to access plugin folder files (chmod 664 on Linux and MacOS systems ) Activate plugin via (Plugins -> Installed plugins -> stella plugin -> Activate). After plugin activation, you will need to configure the plugin for correct work. You must have admin rights to configure plugin. Open Settings -> stella language.
This is a plugin options page. Here you must select languages that you are waте to support. After language selection you should specify URL forming options. You can use auto-generated URLs or configure host names for multiple languages via your provider service. Either way will work, so it’s up to you which way to choose. This option is selected via “use hosts” checkbox. If it is selected, you must define pre-arranged host names. With this option unchecked, plugin will form URLs automatically like http://yoursite.com/language/post_name That’s all - plugin is installed and ready to go.
Currently plugin is translated to two languages - Russian and English.
That’s all - we hope that you’ll like our plugin. Suggestions, questions and other feedback are welcomed. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.2
Last Updated: 2012-8-3
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